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on immigration founded here just a few blocks away. that what matters is we have a mare that understands the issues a nearest and dear it to us and that's immigration reform. since it's inception we've gotten over 20 visas alone and the feeling is we have a shortage on green talent when we need to go through the steps we need to go through and for the tech community we're focused on opening up our technical school to the global community. we're in a talent war along with a state war on services gov. and anything we can help to create change here means so much to us. we have the mayor who can creative impact so we stand behind mayor ed lee and we're thrilled he's here. i'm so excited to here what he is has to say. thank you (clapping) >> julia and kevin a thank you for being subpoena great community leaders were we're going to have a robust town meeting this is being live for my radio program. we like to let people know in advance. i'm going to ask a few questions then we're going to open it up to you for the awe loltd time we have. so with that we're going to start. welcome to our ceos
comments immigrants are lazy and taking our jobs. imagine the same comments have been made as each immigration wave like the italians and now the mexicans but somehow they've contributed to society and we're growing because when you take a diversity of ideas they don't take your jobs. somebody said that the way we have today, the system we have a help wanted sign on one side and on the other side we have a bored with guns. >> let me build on that then because again, the vote in the senate is happening we believe it's going to be successful. the real battle is in the house. so let's talk about the battle in the house. without naming names a group of 80 executives met with the house and quote we're going to take care of you high terence votes but who cares who picks the strawberries. well, i like strawberries i don't see a lot of american born folks who pick strawberries. we do care we want to see expensive immigration remorseful for all of americans and all americans. so as we go to the house side and why don't we start with maria. what do we need to do so we get something to work o
did attract some italian immigrants, but they lynched a dozen or so italians. they decided that it was kind of a dangerous place. towardnt to the areas where zero. got out that it was a dangerous wastes. they what were there was growth and opportunity. it you're getting the eastern seaboard cities. group faster than the national average. --him him him in large numbers. there has been negligible population growth. ina very distinct different the 1970s through 2010. there have been movements. guest: there has been movement. people have moved to places where they have cultural affinities. liberal professionals and high skilled people. the server to dallas-fort worth. people from either weren't -- either one do not want to be transferred to the other. they move from high housing cost states. 19 million in 2010. very small growth. texas, 11 million in 1970. 25 million in 2010. it more than doubled. migrants from internal migrants in the united states as well as immigrants from mexico and other parts of latin america and asia as well. host: the emergence over cultural issues and
, and undocumented activist named ju hong joins us to talk about how obama's immigration policies have torn apart his family. then pope francis issues streaming -- stinging critique. we will speak with two dissident priests on the pope's radical economic message, perusal to alter church doctrine on abortion and female priests. the supreme court will hear a case over whether for-profit conversations -- corporations can exclude birth-control and health insurance they provide their employees under obamacare. all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. has agreed tourt take on cases that could decide of corporations can ignore parts of federal law raced on the religious police of their owners. the cases center on the controversy over whether for- profit corporations must fully cover birth control and health insurance they provide for their employees. two companies, hundred lobby and consetoga wood from object offer birthem to control. the case could force a rehashing of the landmark citizens united decision which ruled companies hav
. sanesident obama spoke in francisco about immigration law. during his speech he was interrupted by protesters who urged his ministration to halt deportations. this is 30 minutes. [applause] >> hello, everybody. hello. hello, san francisco. it is great to be back in california. it is great to be with all of you. i love san francisco. [applause] food andgot great scenery,ple, beautiful no more super villains because that kid cleaned the streets . love that kid. thanking forrt by the great introduction. [applause] i want to thank your mayor ed lee. lieutenant governor gavin newsom. members ofecognize congress who are fighting every day for the people of california . [applause] judy chu, they are all doing great work every single day. [applause] we have a special guest, janet thelitano who is overseeing uc system and doing a great job. [applause] we miss her back in washington. she is going to be a -- outstanding leading the university of california. i'm here to talk about immigration reform, but i am here as commander-in-chief. this weekend with our allies and partners, we reached an iran.ent wi
. the border agents often hunt the immigrants down for days in the desert. prettyle scenario hit close to home. after all, he is the son of mexican immigrants himself, although they arrived legally, and his compassion largely depends on what he finds in the illegals criminal records. >> for a person that has no criminal history, that is perhaps coming here to work, that has been out in the desert walking for a day or two and is , isibly hungry and thirsty am a compassionate human being just like anybody else's and would share my water, maybe even share a sandwich. >> time to go back to headquarters. to show me older recordings from the security cameras. on the road, i realize why so many immigrants don't make it far in this part of the country. there is nothing the desert. >> 80%-90% of the time, the entries we have been able to detect we have been able to apprehend. rate, butbig success some people will say border security is not until you get 100%. >> absolute border security. that is what i have heard many republican politicians demand. without that, they say no reform and no right to stay
the issues on immigration. meanwhile, he argued congress was standing in the way of comprehensive immigration reform. republican run house has not taken action on the issue. time is running out. there are few working days for congress left this calendar year. that is our topic today. should immigration reform be a priority? welcome to " washington journal" this november 26. if you would like to join in the conversation, you can call in the line for democrats is (202) 737-0001 republicans the line is (202) 737-0002 and for independence (202) 628-0205. you can also reach out to us on social media. twitter you can find this -- find us at the http://twitter.com/cspanwj. e-mail you can reach out journal@c-span.org. now to immigration, starting with the headline in this morning's " new york times" -- joining us now to break down the issue is david harrison. thank you for joining us by phone this morning. biggest takeaways from the president speech in san francisco yesterday? despite think everything, the talk that immigration will get done this year, is is that president obama and the white house i
in gettysburg. at four clock and 10:00 p.m. obama spoke in san francisco about changing immigration laws. was confronted by protesters. this is 30 minutes. . ["hail to the chief" plays] [cheers] hello, everybody. hello, san francisco. it is great to be with all of you. i love san francisco. you've got great food. you've got great people. what beautiful scenery. no more super villains. batkid cleaned up the streets. [cheers and applause] i love batkid. i want to start by thanking her for the wonderful introduction and the great work she has been doing. give her a round of applause. your mayor, lieutenant governor gavin, newsom. i want to recognize some wonderful members of congress who are fighting every day for the people of california, mike honda -- judy chu, they are doing that work every single day. napolitano, now overseeing the entire uc system and will be doing a great job. we nester back in washington. -- we miss her back in washington. she is going to be outstanding leaving the university of california. before i begin, i want to say a few words about the news problem over the wee
crossings take place each year despite all the investments being a border agents of the immigrants down for days in the desert. the whole scenario considering ways around it pretty close to home. after all he's the son of mexican immigrants themselves although they arrived illegally band is compassion largely depends on what he finds in the immigrants criminal records. now for the person that comes in here and and has no prior criminal history that's perhaps coming here to work. there has been on the desert. walking through the day or two and is possibly hungry and thirsty then. i'm a compassionate human being just like anybody else's. and then would share my water may be leaving share sandwich. i believe it's time to go back to headquarters his route he wants to show me older recordings from the security cameras on the road i realize why so many immigrants don't make it for this part of the country nothing but desert and mountains. close to eighty to ninety percent of the time the entries we've been able to detect. we've been able to upper hand. so wait we have a big success rate. but
of migration internal as well as immigrants, large numbers of people of similar cultural and ethnic character moving in large numbers for relatively short periods of time across the ocean or across the continent creating in the process new americas of decidedly different character. these surges of migration of lasted one or two generations, they have typically been unexpected, nobody predicted when they would start and they have often been unexpectedly and suddenly ended. i thought one way to tell the american stories to tell the story of the major surges of migration from one that started just before the american revolution until today so that is the story of my book "shaping our nation: how surges of migration transformed america and its politics". the changes have been long coming. we often hear it said today that america has suddenly and recently become a multi-cultural nation. it was multi-cultural from the beginning. the english colonies had different political and religious origins, politics and religion were tied together which is not the case today at all. kidding. as fisher tells us
, -- . >> issue three, reform immigration now? . >> food, high-tech and they represent a small cross section of businesses across the country who are deeply committed to making sure that we get comprehensive immigration reform done and done quickly. >> president obama continues to push for comprehensive immigration reform. here at an even this month with a cross section of business leaders. congress is only halfway to immigration reform. the senate passed an overhaul bill in june. it was authored by the so- called gang of eight, a group of bipartisan senators. there are some, 11.7 million, illegal immigrants now in the u.s. the senate bill provides for a 13-year path to citizenship for those illegal aliens if and after they meet certain criteria like passing a criminal background check, paying fines, paying back taxes. the bill would also up the number of specialty visas for high-tech and other types of workers which is a big reason why the business community is so supportive of the bill. the senate would also get in the act. notably by tightening border security with $40 billion over the ne
campbell. -- torii campbell and we are live with what the president is saying about the immigration system. >> reporter: good afternoon, the president is talking immigration and touting economic benefits and he has just taken the state inside the china town station and we will listen live to president barack obama. >> we cannot close the door on diplomacy and we request not commit -- cannot commit ourselves to an endless cycle of conflict. and it may be the tough thing to do politically but it's not the right thing for our security. it is not the right thing for our children. [applauds] [applauds]. >> now this progress, and the potential in office remind us of what is possible and not just with the force of arms but our commitment to peace, that is what keeps us strong and makes us a beacon to the world. and it will continue so long as i am president of the united states. and that spirit, not just what we can criticize or tear down, what we can build together, that is what brings me here today because it is long passed time to fix our broken immigration system. [applauds] [applauds] >> rep
. thousands of our members of our limited english and immigrant community, in fact, all our commensurate's live in fear of did he portion and they've mistrusted the system. so this is a message i want to send by the signing of this ordinance and i'm speaking to our immigrant communities that's it's safe absolutely save to call the police if you're a victim or witness to a crime. everyone knows we need to stand against s come we also retain some local flexibility to deal with violent felons and while we compromised on that aspect of it and understood how complicated that was that perhaps we had points of view on we never lost sight of getting rid of s came. so we do what i think other government's should do we found the common ground and that's why i'm proud to be signing this ordinance. i'd like to take p the opportunity to invite supervisor avalos what it's meant to him but basing also to the rest of the city. thank you, mr. mayor. and i want to thank you for your work on this legislation. we met in early august to discuss this item and i was very impressed with how much you thought a
comprehensive immigration reform. what will bring republicans to the table? we will discuss why there may be a change of heart on the right and how grassroots pressure could rewrite the playbook. that's next on "now." >>> president obama speaking this afternoon in san francisco where he will once again call on congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform. only six months a bipartisan reform bill stalled in the house. some reformers are finding pressure points to push the senate bill or shame the house into voting on something. activists ranging from liberal organizers, conservatives, evangelical leaders fasting for two weeks trying to force immigration back on the agenda. those efforts paid off to some degree friday when joe biden showed up in solidarity with hunger strikers. >> we're going to win this. my father would say come hell or high water. >> others taking a high-tech approach. a dreamer hackathon, the 25-hour event invited immigrants with tech engineers for tools to advance immigration reform. sent a message many in silicon valley welcome workers as colleagues and citizens.
on congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform. >> you know what if, they. want to chap that up. >> i was encouraged the president wouldn't stand in the way. >> as long as it's delivering on those core values. >> breaking news, an agreement has been reached with iran. >> these are substantial limitations which will help prevent iran from building a nuclear weapon. >> it's an historic mistake. >> a little bit of skepticism. >> widespread skepticism. >> everybody has a right to be skeptical. >> this administration is strong on announcements, but very short on follow-through. >> this might be a diversionary tactic. would you put it in that category? >> we are pointed in the right direction, but we have got more work to do. >>> good afternoon. as we kick off this holiday week. and it's a busy one for president obama, who fresh off a big announcement on iran is on the move, turning attention back to the home front and immigration we form. with heated debate still looming over the budget, health care, and yes, now, iran, the drive for an overhaul of the nation's broken immigration system ha
, to the debate within the debate over immigration reform. even as a sweeping overhaul remains politically out of reach, hundreds of thousands of undocumented residents are still being deported. and that has angered some of the president's most loyal supporters. the president was making his case for immigration reform on monday in san francisco when a dissenting voice rose right behind him, demanding an end to deportations that divide families. >> most importantly, we will live up to our character... >> when can i see my family? >> our families are separated! i need your help. there are thousands of others. >> that's exactly what we're talking about. >> every single day... >> that's what why we're here. >> mr. president, please use your executive order to halt petitions for all 11.5 million undocumented immigrants in this country right now. >> ifill: the man making the plea was ju hong, a 24-year-old undocumented immigrant from south korea. others joined him, chanting for action even as the president waved the secret service away. >> obama! >> stop deportation! >> what i would like to do... no
of immigrants for the only thing they've done wrong is come here to work because we needed to come here to work so this is a major step. and in addition to all of that we also have legislation that actually stops extortion so an employer can in the morning say he is not going to pay you. all the things that occurred have done so in the past week. we're e we've still not gotten immigration reform across the united states but san francisco has it right (clapping) >> (speaking spanish.) >> this is did you process for all. >> (speaking spanish.) >> (clapping) >> (speaking spanish.) >> and the importance of all of this is because we're going to celebrate with young people and celebrate their accomplishments so young people can grew up in a society where they're not going to be fearful of being here and that's a reason for celebration today. i want to start with our first nominee is jonathan. jonathan where are you? yeah. let's give a round of applause (clapping) >> jonathan is a telephone grader at mission high school he's 80 a great student and good citizen. he has a gpa of 4.0. he's devot
'm an immigrant. i miss panic. -- i am hispanic. i am a republican. i am an endangered species right now. i often get asked how can you possibly be a republican? why? explanation lies in my personal history. my family story shapes my views. i was born in nicaragua. there was a communist revolution. after a bloody civil war, [indiscernible] they went about creating communism in our little country. at that point they made the decision of getting out of nicaragua. my father stay behind and became a contra freedom fighter. when your father is struggling to bring freedom back to your country, you realize at an early age that politics matters. election results matter. being a bystander matters. i became a republican the night ronald reagan addressed congress. when you hear the president the united states of america at a state of the union address support and defend the right of your home country to be free, that pretty much seals the deal about what party you're going to belong to for the rest of your life. that is why i became a republican before i knew what one was. i stayed republican because i beli
senate. this is a senate that got things like comprehensive immigration reform done with 78 votes, they got an employer nondiscrimination bill done. it's a senate that can get things done. it's a demonstration of how hard it is to move forward at the federal level with gun safety that something as common sense that is supported by most nra members, that is to say universal background checks can't get out of the united states senate. forget about the house of the representatives where i serve, it couldn't get out of the united states senate. >> sir, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you very much. >>> i want to bring in dr. gail saltz of new york presbyterian hospital. it's great to have you here. obviously lanza had some significant mental health issues. he stayed in his room for the last three months of his life. the trash bags that were covering his window. we see the access to the internet that he had with shootings, mass shootings and material on there, communicating only with his mother via e-mail. and he had been on medications and therapies, or therapies had been
're live in san francisco where the president is set to talk about immigration. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. he is en route to our location right now. you can see here at the intersection of washington and mason where secret service has shut down this area, surrounding the recreation center. this is in chinatown. the president will be speaking here. they have allowed a small group of people into the area, so they can express their political views to the president. some people, but not all, have been protesting this country's immigration policy, asking the government to stop its deportation of undocumented immigrants. th immigration reform is the topic of the president's speech this morning. as you just mentioned, he landed at sfo in the past 20 minutes or so for what will be a five-hour stay in the bay area. his motorcade is en route. he's trying to push congress to change the way the united states treats guests who come here. . >> we want to stop families from being broken up. we want to support the kids, that means the parents as well. >> he's deported more peop
. >> the president had to compromise on immigration if -- reform. >> sexual assaults in the military. a senate bill targets the chain of command. rex the retaliation was worse from the -- then the assault. >> with an eye toward 2014. stopming together to obamacare is the essence of pragmatism. >> is a deal with -- is a deal possible? >> the kennedy assassination. it has been 50 years. harry reid was mad as hell and he was not going to take it anymore. the senate majority leader pushed a button on the nuclear option. that is ma called for a vote to change senate rules by a simple majority vote. joined republicans to join the move. reid said republicans forced his hand after what he called unprecedented use of the filibuster on three of president obama's nominees to the ac circuit court of appeals. the move short-circuits filibusters on most presidential nominees except for those from the u.s. supreme court. >> most important and most dangerous restructuring since thomas jefferson wrote them. >> enough is enough. they american pupils as ness is too important to keep falling prey day after day to wash
standing under an umbrella. i'm a woman. i'm an immigrant. i am hispanic. i am a republican. i am an endangered species right now. i often get asked how can you possibly be a republican? why are you a republican? the explanation lies in my personal history. my family story shapes my views. i came here in i was born in 1980. nicaragua. there was a communist revolution. the sandinistas came to power in 1979 after a three-year bloody civil war. it turned out the sandinistas were also communists. they went about creating communism in our little country. my parents were not fans of repression or censorship or redistribution of wealth at that and point they made the decision of getting out of nicaragua. behind andtayed became a contra freedom fighter. when your father is struggling to bring freedom back to your country, you realize at an early age that politics matters. election results matter. being a bystander is not an option. i became a republican the night ronald reagan addressing congress. when you hear the president the united states of america at a state of the union address sup
story is an immigrant story. >> immigration reform will be the hot topic when president obama touches down in the bay area today. >> the weather is just in sane. >> thanksgiving travel is off to a rough start as a severe storm makes its way across the country. from across the bay, to around the world, the stories that matter on kpix 5 news this morning. >>> good morning, everyone. monday, it's here, the weekend is so quick. november 25th, i'm frank mallicoat. >> it does go by quick and i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:00. developing right now at 6:00, wintry weather across the midwest killed at least eight people and the ice, snow and floods have already gotten in the way of thanksgiving travel plans. >> and a man is being hailed as a hero after he saves another womans life who tries to jump to her death at a raiders game. we've got that story straight ahead. >>> i'm live in san francisco. the president will be back in the bay area to tap into some of that campaign atm, his first stop is at chinatown to talk immigration reform why some experts say his supporters might be rel
this neighborhood of immigrants as a backdrop for his renewed push on immigration reform. josh wolf says the chinaa town location is perfect. >> hour country is built on immigrants. and, and everyone has an immigrant story. >> it is a great story but it is sending one clear message. the two-term president is losing his political capitol. take the price to wine and dine at the president at the jazz center. as we get closer to the event organizers slash the ticket price from $1,000 to just $500. >> he has been here nine times, people are tired of writing those checked to obama even in the democratic bay area. >> reporter: he will not watch the president's speech. he is not impressed he is talking to talk immigration while obama care in many states -- [dropped audio ] is on life support. >> this is a problem i have with politics. >> reporter: the president faces many challenges, cementing his legacy is one of them. the legacy could be immigration reform and a speech right here in san francisco. in chinatown, mark kelly, kpix- 5. >> here is the president's entire bay area. after the president ends at
for protesting immigration rights throughout the bay area. president obama felt it was right to come to the center to talk about immigration. in his speech, he called on congress to pass commence immigratii -- common sense immigration reform. many immigrants in the audience agreed. >> i thought it was awesome. you have to follow the laws. you can't just jump through hoops. he'll do what he can. >> reporter: despite what happened here, mr. obama said that immigration reform remains a top priority. >>> the president had a packed schedule today after his speech on immigration reform. he attended a fund raising function. it raised money for the democratic national committee. then it was off to a tech round table. donors paid around $32,000 each there to sit down with the president. >> the president is now en route to l.a. he is expected to land at l.a.x. in any minute. we continue our coverage of president obama's visit on our website, nbcbayarea.com. there you can watch the entire exchange with he and the heckler. >>> in other news tonight, a call for justice. the naacp is stepping to h
on immigration. >> reporter: a steady stream of supporters line up 24 hours early for a chance to hear president obama speak. the president's bay area public appearance is at the betty ohm recreation center in chinatown monday. the president will use this neighborhood of immigrants as a back drop for his renewed push on immigration reform. josh wolf says that chinatown location is perfect. >> our country is really built on immigrants and everyone's story is an immigrant story. >> it's a quick visit but political fund aunts say it's sending one clear message, the two term president is losing his political capitol but take the price to wine and dine with the president at the jazz center, as we get closer to the event, organizers slash the ticket price from $1000 to just $500. >> look, he's been here nine times. people are tired of writing those checks to obama even if the democratic bay area. >> scott kraner won't be watching the presidents speech. he's not impressed the president is choosing to talk immigration while obamacare in many states still finds itself on life support. >> this is one of t
-span video library. go to our website. go to c-span.org. president obama will be talking about immigration policy today. he will be traveling to san francisco for his speech. you can see his comments live starting at 2:35 eastern. coming up this evening, we will have a special presentation of our q and a series. our guest will be anthropologist robin nagle viewed she will discuss her experiences as a sanitation worker in new york city. anybody wouldnk have looked into a crystal ball a few years ago and thought that somebody in a college campus netflix on anming iphone to watch a movie. this is what is happening out there. we have this huge issue that the i don't want to date ourselves but i remember in northwestern ohio, depending on the day, if the antenna on top of the house was working right you may be got to channels. you got one channel and sometimes maybe you didn't get any channels because of the wind and everything else. the industry has changed so rapidly. i want to make sure that we have that furthersre innovation. -- onk we have created aboutnd we have created 3.8 million jobs.
help. >> okay. >> the president was talking about u.s. citizen and immigration immigration reform at a speech in chinatown. one man said he spoke up because he wants the president to use his executive executive power to stop deportation. >> i spoke on behalf of undocumented immigrants. we were deported back to a native country. >> president barack obama says the only way to fix the broken immigration system is to put pressure on congress. >>> meantime, at his hotel, the president met with the security administration officer who was killed at lax earlier this month. he pulled a semiautomatic rifle out of a bag and opened fire. he also met with two tsa agents who were injured in the shooting. >>> tensions are running high after a campus hate crime. >> angry protesters wore tape on their mouths during a demonstration and they demand student be allowed to speak at a news conference held by the naacp. they came to express outrage over the crime and their response. >> it is clear that somebody here dropped the ball. >> our decision-making failed and as part of it, i failed that student
numbers but the president hopes to turn the tide by focusing on immigration. kpix5 is live in san francisco teen chinatown where president obama gives a speech on the issue. >> reporter: you're right, michelle. the president is expected to make remarks on immigration reform and pick up democratic campaign cash while in the bay area but some of his supporters say they aren't too excited to dig deep in their pockets. a steady stream of supporters line up 24 hours early for a chance to hear president obama speak. the presidents bay area public appearance is at the betty ong recreation center in chinatown today. the president will use this neighborhood of immigrants as a back drop for his renewed push on immigration reform. josh wolf says the chinatown location is perfect. >> our country is really built on immigrants and everyone's story is an immigrant story. >> it's a quick visit but some political pundants saying sending one clear message. the two term president is losing political capital. take the price to wine and dine with the president at the jazz enter. as we get closer to th
not on health care or the efforts to fix the website but on immigration. so what's being done to fix the website while the president is on the road? >> reporter: today the white house is talking a new way to tez crunch as people try to sign up for health care on that troubled government website. john ernest on a flight with the president today from seattle to san francisco told reporters the website should be able to handle 50,000 users at one time by the end of the this month. if there are more than that number they can elect to get an e-mail giving them top priority at a later time when volume is lower. meantime some republicans are insisting the affordable care act isn't fixable at all while democrats say it just needs more time. listen. >> i do not believe you can fix this law to lower the cost and increase access. we have to scrap it and start anew and get a bipartisan consensus that actually puts the patient first. >> don't think obama care has failed. access to obama care has been a failure at this point in time and it needs to be fixed sponsorship from that standpoint the substance of ob
for immigration reform. also, fox news confirmed that the white house had secret talks for had months before reaching this deal over the weekend over the nuclear program. according to the senior state department official they held at least five meetings since march. they lead to the agreement with iran which the u.s. and five other countries signed. under the deal, iran agrees to a six month pause in it's nuclear program in exchange of about $7 billion in relief from financial restrictions. they will work next year to make sure that iraq does not develop a nuclear weapon. as john kerry points out, enforcing the deal is more challenging than reaching it. >> now the hard part begins. >> there are many skeptics, among them is benjamin netanyahu. he says it brings them closer to developing a nuclear weapon. >> what was concluded in geneva last night is not a historic agreement, it's a historic mistake. it has not made the world a safer place. >> hours after those comments, president obama called the is isreali prime minister. some of the allies are criticizing this deal. >> that's true, the demo
thought of my aunt betty. that helped me hold it together. >> the speech focused on immigration, importance of a reform package. a heckler interrupted the speech. >> i need your help. >> that is what we're talking about here. that is why we're here. >> reporter: mr. obama shot back with a electric you're on democracy. >> so easy way out is yell and pretend i can do something by violating our laws. and what i'm proposing is a harder path. which is to use our democratic processes. >> reporter: the heckler is a student at san francisco state and an undocumented immigrant from south korea. he said he came to listen to the president about immigration reforms. but he became disappointed when the president failed to mention anything about the plight of illegal immigrants. >> 1.8 million undocumented immigrant family members are, have deported. and one thousand hundred undocument immigrant family members are facing deportation every day. he feels immigration reform for undocumented immigrants is an urgent issue and the president can stop deportations by executive power. >> he can do i
me hold it together. >> the speech focused on immigration, importance of a reform package. a heckler interrupted the speech. >> i need your help. >> that is what we're talking about here. that is why we're here. >> reporter: mr. obama shot back with a electric you're on democracy. >> so easy way out is yell and pretend i can do something by violating our laws. and what i'm proposing is a harder path. which is to use our democratic processes. >> reporter: the heckler is a student at san francisco state and an undocumented immigrant from south korea. he said he came to listen to the president about immigration reforms. but he became disappointed when the president failed to mention anything about the plight of illegal immigrants. >> 1.8 million undocumented immigrant family members are, have deported. and one thousand hundred undocument immigrant family members are facing deportation every day. he feels immigration reform for undocumented immigrants is an urgent issue and the president can stop deportations by executive power. >> he can do it. he does not sympathetic against undocume
swing while also getting serious about immigration, even while he's being heckled. >>> plus, this puppy saved after being trapped for a week. >>> startling, new information surrounding contraception and a woman's weight. >>> and a popular "family guy" character is killed off and fans are flabbergasted. good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. we're going to begin with that deadly storm marching across the country, a triple threat bringing snow, rain and wind all the way from the deep south to new england. and the system is already causing complications for holiday plans for millions of americans. let's get right to nbc meteorologist bill karins for the very latest. bill, good morning. >> good morning. it's hard to say what's going to be the worst of this. it could be the damaging winds that are possible in southern new england, it could be snow back in areas from pittsburgh to cleveland to buffalo, or maybe just the heavy, torrential rain and delays at the airports later tonight and tomorrow. so, let's get to who has the worst of it now. we have an ice storm from asheville, north carolina,
a petition for all 11.5 undocumented immigrants in this country right now. >>> and president obama is forced to turn and face a heckler demanding action on immigration reform. this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, november 26th, this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, november 26th, 2013. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, that nasty winter storm causing problems in the south is heading for the east coast this morning. the storm is blamed for at least 11 highway deaths, most in texas. well, this morning, a winter storm warning has been issued for parts of west virginia, where 9 inches of snow could fall. in kentucky last night, a wintry mix made for some treacherous travel. parts of north carolina and virginia will see freezing rain and snow. and for most of the east coast, this storm will be a very heavy rain event. there was also a dangerous mix of snow and freezing rain in oklahoma, arkansas and missouri, before the storm moved completely tout sea, it will have impacted an estimated 100 million people. eric fisher, the chi
immigration system. [ applause ] >> we need to make sure washington finishes what so many americans just like you started. we've got to finish the job. and it's fitting that we're here in chinatown, a few miles away from angel island. in the early 1900s, about 300,000 people, maybe some of your ancestors, passed through on their way to a new life in america. and for many it represented the end of a long and ar duous journey. they finally arrived in a place where they believed anything was possible. for some it also represented the beginning of new struggle against prejudice in a country that didn't always treat its immigrants fairly or afford them the same rights as everybody else. obviously asians face this but so did the irish and so did italians and so did jews and many groups still do today. that didn't stop those brave men and women from coming. they were drawn by a belief in the power of opportunity. in a belief that says, maybe i never had a chance at the good education but this is a place where my daughter can go to college. maybe i start out washing dishes but this is a place where m
as an economic speech. do you think he'll probably touch on immigration as well? >> reporter: yeah, he has touched on immigration as he did yesterday in san francisco and across the west coast. this is a critical issue. they have made it clear that the immigration isn't just about the southern border but all borders in the u.s. need to invite people around the world to come here as entrepreneurs to help with people in here and hollywood. the founder who has been touring the president around over the course the last hour or so. they ran into steve martin, the comedian and jim parsons, of course the star of "big bang theory." president will likely speak about immigration but most importantly about the economy. dream works alone added about 50% new jobs since january of 2008. a lot of people say he's coming here because of a friend of his, the white house insists this is also a place that is a good example for other americans to see as well. seven fundraisers, two stops and the president gets stuck in same weather as everyone else. >> west coast doesn't seem like such a bad place to be right
will undersell standing under an umbrella. i'm a woman. i'm an immigrant. i miss panic. -- i am hispanic. i am a republican. i am an endangered species right now. i often get asked how can you possibly be a republican? why? explanation lies in my personal history. my family story shapes my views. i was born in nicaragua. there was a communist revolution. after a bloody civil war, [indiscernible] they went about creating communism in our little country. at that point they made the decision of getting out of nicaragua. my father stay behind and became a contra freedom fighter. when your father is struggling to bring freedom back to your country, you realize at an early age that politics matters. election results matter. being a by standa -- being a bystander matters. i became a republican the night ronald reagan addressed congress. when you hear the president the united states of america at a state of the union address support and defend the right of your home country to be free, that pretty much seals the deal about what party you're going to belong to for the rest of your life. that is why i b
is at the betty recreation center in chinatown. the president will use this neighborhood of immigrants as a backdrop for his renewed push on immigration reform. josh wolf says the chinatown location is perfect. >> our country is built on immigrants. and, everyone's story is an immigrant story. >> it is a quick visit. but some say it is sending one clear message. the two-term president is losing his political capitol. take the price to wine and dine with the president at the jazz center. as we get closer to the event organizers slash it. >> he has been here nine times, people are tired of writing those checks to barack obama even in the democratic bay area. >> reporter: he will not watch the speech. he is not impressed. oba about ma care in many states find itself on life support. >>en who of the problems that i have with politics. it is a bait and switch a lot of the time, you know, it is going to go bad. let's look over here at the other thing that may be a problem. >> heading into 2014. president faces many challenges. cementing his legacy is one of them. if successful that legacy c
appearance is in chinatown. they will use this as a backdrop for his push on immigration reform. josh wolf says the location is perfect. >> our countriry is built on immigrants and everyone's story is an immigrant story. >> they are saying it is sending one clear message. the two-term president is losing his political capitol. take the price to wine and dine with the president at the jazz center. as we get closer to the event organizers slash the ticket price from $1,000 to just $500. >> look, he has been here nine times. people are tired of writing those checks to obama even in the democratic bay area. >> reporter: scott will not watch the president's speech. he is not impressed that the president is choosing to talk immigration while barack obama care, in many statement -- where obamacare is having a tough time. >> it is a bait and switch a lot of times. it is going bad. let's look over here to this other thing that may have a problem. >> reporter: heading into 2014 the president faces challenges, cementings his legacy is one of them. if successful it could be immigration reform and a
another withdrawal from the bay area cash machine. but first immigration as mark kelly shows us that people were lining up today to grab a ticket for the stop in china town. >> reporter: a steady stream of supporters line up 24 hours early for a chance to hear obama's speech. it's at the recreation center in china town on monday. as the president will use their neighborhood as a background for the renew drop on the immigration reform. he says that the china town location is perfect. >> our country is really built on immigrants. >> it's a quick visit. but is sending one clear message. the two-term president is losing his critical capitol. but take the price to wine and dine with the president at the jazz center as we get closer to the event, organizers, they would splash that ticket price from $1,000 to $500. >> he's been here for nine times. people, they are tired of writing the checks to obama, even in the democratic bay area. >> reporter: scott won't be watching the president's speech as he is not impressed that the president is choosing to talk immigration while obama care in
residency to certain immigrants if they fulfilled certain requirements like schooling. >> i need your help. >> the heckler is a student at san francisco state and an undocumented immigrant from south korea. he became disappointed when the president failed to mention anything about the plight of illegal immigrants. >> 1.8 million undocument immigrant family members are, have deported and 1,000 are facing deportation every day. >> he feels it's an urgent issue. and the president can stop the deportation by executive power. >> he can do it but he doesn't have sympathy towards undocumented workers. if he does, he'll stop deportation right now. >> he was a student at uc berkeley. he's an activist. about four years ago he took a step and came out as undocumented on you tube. his dream to go to law school and become an immigration lawyer. but the status is in limbo. >> thank you. >> the president headlined a fund-raiser at san francisco jazz center today. enthusism has been lacking a little bit. carolyn? >> the president's last trip to the bay area was back in june and he hit a rough patch, he c
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